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    Jobo CPP3

    I hope this is not old news already. Found it today, while browsing the web.

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    It seems that Jobo is coming back on the market with a new film processor in 2012.
    The unit will cost 2270 GBP = 3661 USD.

    The pricetag is catastrophic for some, but I still think this is good news.

    More info here - http://www.ephotozine.com/article/ne...rocessor-18905

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    Re: Jobo CPP3

    it is. several weeks old. Makes the $500 I spent on my cpp2 seem like chicken change.

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    Re: Jobo CPP3

    Yes, it`s good news, but I also think the price is a bit steep... hope it `ll be adjusted to the low.
    Add a couple drums for sheet film and will rise to $4500... ouch!

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    Re: Jobo CPP3

    The really good news is that, apparently at least, JOBO will continue to produce drums, reels, etc.

    At least I hope so.

    JD

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    Re: Jobo CPP3

    If you're a billioniare that can afford it. I'll apply chewing gum and shoestring to my CPP-2 until it goes.

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    Format Omnivore Brian C. Miller's Avatar
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    Re: Jobo CPP3

    Yeah, it only pays for itself in developing costs ($2.50 per sheet) if you shoot four sheets a day for a year. Man, can you imaging going through the trauma of two film holders per day? Or a roll and a half of film per day ($6.50 per roll)? Oh, the suffering!
    "It's the way to educate your eyes. Stare. Pry, listen, eavesdrop. Die knowing something. You are not here long." - Walker Evans

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    Re: Jobo CPP3

    Great news!

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